# What is a Gauss Jordan elimination?

What is a Gauss Jordan elimination?

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Description : Why do we use Gauss elimination method?

Description : How do you do Gaussian elimination on a calculator?

Description : The Gauss seidel load flow method has the following disadvantages. Tick the incorrect statement.  A) Unreliable convergence B) Slow convergence C) Choice of slack bus affects convergence D) A good initial guess for voltages is essential for convergence

Answer : The Gauss seidel load flow method has the following disadvantages. Tick the incorrect statement.  A) Unreliable convergence B) Slow convergence C) Choice of slack bus affects convergence D) A good initial guess for voltages is essential for convergence

Description : What is the bisection method?

Description : What is Newton Raphson Method example?

Description : "I have failed over and over again - that is why I succeed." - Michael Jordan

Description : "I can accept failure but I can't accept not trying." - Michael Jordan

Description : Which of the following is not an Arab country? (1) Israel (2) Syria (3) Jordan (4) Lebanon

Answer : Israel

Description : Suez Canal is located in which of the following countries ? (1) Sudan (2) Saudi Arabia (3) Egypt (4) Jordan

Answer : Egypt

Answer : To find electric field intensity

Description : What does the definition of violence against women adopted by the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women include? a) Only domestic violence b) Only violence perpetrated or condoned by the State c) Both

Answer : c) Both

Description :  The load-flow solution is always assured in case of: A) Newton-Raphson method B) Gauss-Seidel method C) Fast Decoupled method D) None of these methods guarantee

Answer : D

Description : For the use of Newton-Raphson method, the non-linear algebraic equations are made linear with the help of (a) By decoupling the equations (b) Taylor series expansion (c) Exponential distribution (d) Nothing can be said

Description : Chemical shifts (δ) are typically reported in units of A. Gauss (G) B. Millitesla per meter (mT/m) C. Parts per million (ppm) D. Percent (%)

Answer : Parts per million (ppm)

Description : Gauss' law of electricity, Gauss' law of magnetism, Faraday's law of induction, and Amperes' law form the basic equations of electromagnetism. This combination is collectively known as: w) Coulomb's equations x) Volta's equations y) Fermi's equations z) Maxwell's equations

Answer : ANSWER: Z -- MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS

Description : According to Gauss' Law, the magnitude of the electric field is zero everywhere inside a conductor if: w) electrostatic equilibrium is achieved x) the surface is a metal y) the conductor is moving z) the conductor is a non-Gaussian surface

Answer : ANSWER: W -- ELECTROSTATIC EQUILIBRIUM IS ACHIEVED

Description : Which one of the following laws best describes the operation of an electric generator? w) Ampere's Law x) Gauss' Law y) Ohm's Law for Conductors z) Faraday's Law of Induction

Answer : ANSWER: Z -- FARADAY'S LAW OF INDUCTION

Description : The law that relates the electric field at the surface of a region to the amount of charge inside the region is called: w) Coulomb's Law x) Faraday's Law y) Gauss' Law z) Biot-Savart Law

Answer : ANSWER: Y -- GAUSS' LAW

Description : The Tesla and the Gauss are units of measure of: w) conductance x) magnetic field strength y) magnetic flux z) electrical current

Answer : ANSWER: X -- MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH

Description : Compared to Gauss-Seidel method, Newton-Raphson method takes : A. less number of iterations and more time per iteration B. less number of iterations and less time per iteration C, more number of iterations and more time per iteration D. more number of iterations and less time per iteration

Answer : Compared to Gauss-Seidel method, Newton-Raphson method takes : A. less number of iterations and more time per iteration B. less number of iterations and less time per iteration ... of iterations and more time per iteration D. more number of iterations and less time per iteration

Description :  Gauss-Seidel iterative method can be used for solving a set of?

Answer :  Gauss-Seidel iterative method can be used for solving a set of linear algebraic equation only.

Description : Define AND –Elimination rule in propositional logic

Answer : AND elimination rule states that from a given conjunction it is possible to inference any of the conjuncts.

Description : The Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women was made by the United Nations General Assembly in a) 1981 b) 1993 c) 1988 d) 1979

Answer : b) 1993

Description : India signed the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in a) 1980 b) 1993 c) 1988 d) 1995

Answer : a) 1980

Description : The Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in a) 1981 b) 1975 c) 1979 d) 1983

Answer : c) 1979

Description : If we were to completely eliminate one group of marine organisms from the ocean, which would most likely be fatal to marin fish populations? Elimination of: a) urchins b) diatoms (pron: DIE-a-toms) c) starfishes d) sea anemones (pron: a-NEM-a-nees)

Answer : ANSWER: B -- DIATOMS

Description : Which of the following is NOT a function of the kidney? a) excretion of urea b) regulation of fluids and electrolytes c) elimination of toxic substances d) defecation

Answer : ANSWER: D -- DEFECATION

Description : The sequential operations in scientific research are (A) Co-variation, Elimination of Spurious Relations, Generalisation, Theorisation (B) Generalisation, Co-variation, Theorisation, ... Relations, Covariation (D) Elimination of Spurious Relations, Theorisation, Generalisation, Covariation.

Answer : (A) Co-variation, Elimination of Spurious Relations, Generalisation, Theorisation

Description : Adding Cl2 to benzene in the presence of AlCl3 is an example of : (1) Elimination reaction (2) Substitution reaction (3) None of the options (4) Addition reaction

Answer : Substitution reaction

Description : Benzene cannot undergo : (1) Substitution (2) Addition (3) Elimination (4) Oxidation

Answer : Elimination

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